Compared to standard rotors, DFC’s Drilled and Slotted Brake Rotors ensure enhanced brake grip, providing you a shorter stopping distance, especially when you’re driving in wet climates. The rotors’ drilled holes help air ventilation and expel heat, while the slots remove road and brake debris and prevent the dangers of brake pad glazing. Brake rotors are prone to corrosion, too. Good thing, these rotors from the Dynamic Friction Company are zinc coated for protection. The Zinc coating serves as a protective barrier, so before rust reaches the iron castings, it will have to deal with the Zinc protection first. All DFC Drilled and Slotted Rotors are machined to the tightest tolerances and mill balanced for a precise fit, smoother stopping power, and zero vibration at any speed. Get these replacement rotors for your vehicle, and enjoy a more customized look and improved braking performance in one.